the works of strategic philosopher

Max More

 

"Max More's ideas are very influential among other 'big thinkers,' who in turn are influence leaders themselves. Max's writings represent well grounded science futurism, and reflect a sophisticated understanding of technology trends."  — Ray Kurzweil

 

Max More's strategy for accelerating change
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FORTHCOMING TALKS:

Transhumanism and Spirituality, Salt Lake City, October 1, 2010.

Transvision 2010, Milan, Italy. October 22, 2010, at the Museo Nazionale Della Scienza e Della Techologia Leonardo da Vinci.


RECENT TALKS:

Singularity Skepticism: Exposing Exponential Errors”, Humanity Plus UK conference, April 24, 2010.

“Making Wise Decisions in Extropic Systems” Plutopia (at The 9th Annual EFF-Austin SXSWi Event), March 16, 2009.

Why Catholics Should Support the Transhumanist Goal of Extended Life”. September 5, 2009, for conference in Italy Catholic conference on “The idea of earthly immortality: a new challenge for theology”, organized by the Diocese of Pistoia.

"Hyperagency and Hope: Critiquing Human Limitationism", at the Metanexus Institute conference, July 2009: Cosmos, Nature, Culture: a Transdisciplinary Conference.

     

FEATURED WRITING:

"The Perils of Precaution." (Critique of the precautionary principle.)

La Spirale interview. French version.

“The Overhuman in the Transhuman.” Journal of Evolution and Technology. Vol. 21 Issue 1 – January 2010

"The Myth of Stagnation"

True Transhumanism”, Global Spiral, February 2009.

Order Without Orderers (from Extropy #7, 1991)

Recent blog entries:

6 Ways to Mismanage Risks

Surge and Singularity Scenarios

Spurring Executives to Think Longer-Term

Stress Testing Government Regulations

A Letter to Mother Nature: Amendments to the Human Constitution

Comics of Transhumanist Interest

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last updated August 29, 2010

Contact: max@maxmore.com